On the Water in Maine
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A scenic coastal town, full of unique shops, historic homes, and visiting sailboats.
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Camden Hills State Park
"Where the Mountains Meet the Sea", right off US Route 1.
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A working waterfront for both fishermen and pleasure boaters.
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Home to the country's largest windjammer fleet, and the Gateway to Penobscot Bay.
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Ledges By The Bay
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Only minutes south of Camden and set a top a small ledge overlooking Penobscot Bay, the Ledges By The Bay offers affordable Oceanfront Lodging with breathtaking water views.
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Our motel is the perfect vacation retreat for families, individuals, or small groups who seek affordable waterfront lodging as part of their Maine coast vacation experience.
We are only one of a few motels in Rockport Maine that sits on 9 oceanfront acres with direct access to the shorefront.
For over forty years, the Ledges By The Bay has been welcoming guests, many who return each year to enjoy our spectacular and expansive views of Penobscot Bay and the surrounding islands.
The Ledges By The Bay is a classic Maine motel with breathtaking ocean views. The motel is literally set a top a small ledge overlooking the blue waters of Penobscot Bay
Located in the heart of Midcoast Maine (Rockport), our property is nestled at the foot of a small cove (Glen Cove) which offers panoramic ocean views and quintessential Maine waterfront lodging and shore access on 9 oceanfront acres.
Our hillside location overlooking the bay offers our guests the perfect vantage point to spot tall masted schooners, sleek yachts cruising the bay, and lobster boats hauling their traps right off our shore.
Literally, set a top a ledge, our guests are delighted by the panorama offered from the motel’s commanding location. Here you'll see scores of islands, dozens of sailboats cruising the bay, and a quiet little protected cove.
The Ledges offers four types of guestrooms: Deluxe Oceanview, Superior Oceanview, Standard Oceanview and Economy class accommodations.
Our motel consists of modern rooms which feature beautiful, contemporary styling with either two queen beds, or a single king or single queen, remote control cable TV, high-speed cable internet access, wireless internet access points, and individual heat and air conditioning. Almost every room has a balcony with an ocean view.
Many of our guests have commented that we are one of the best values for Maine oceanfront lodging in the Camden, Maine or the Midcoast Maine area. As such, we are one of the most reviewed local Maine hotels in Midcoast Maine on TripAdvisor.
Our outdoor heated swimming pool has a view of the bay as well.
Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway, classic Maine oceanfront lodging, or some rest and relaxation, our waterfront accommodations are designed to make you relax around the scenic beauty of Penobscot Bay.
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Throughout the year, Camden and its surrounding communities offer many exciting events and activities for people of all ages. Here are some of the "top annual events" that bring flocks of tourists and sightseers as well as Maine residents and local inhabitants from miles around.
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Whatever, the season, the Camden area is full of things to do and see with many unique local attractions. Here is a list of the top Camden Maine attractions and important points of interest that should be on your short list to see during your stay in Camden Maine.
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Camden sits on Penobscot Bay, considered by many as one of the top cruising bays in the world. This region of Maine is comprised of hundreds of peninsulas with an array of coves, nooks, harbors, islands and many miles of rugged coastline that became both beautiful and dangerous for navigation. Mostly built in the 1800s to support the maritime industry, Camden and the surrounding Midcoast Maine region are home to more than a dozen lighthouses, each with its own unique design and history to tell.
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